pseudoarthrosis


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pseudoarthrosis

(ˌsjuːdəʊɑːˈθrəʊsɪs) or

pseudarthrosis

n, pl -ses (-siːz)
(Pathology) a joint formed by fibrous tissue bridging the gap between the two fragments of bone of an old fracture that have not united. Nontechnical names: false joint or false ankylosis Also called: nearthrosis
Translations

pseudoarthrosis

n (ortho) pseudoartrosis or seudoartrosis f
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Transformational osteogenesis can be used similarly to treat a site of mobile pseudoarthrosis.
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6) Involvement of long bones is represented by pseudoarthrosis particularly of the tibia, although similar lesions may occur in radius or clavicle.
As noted in previous studies, pseudoarthrosis of distal humerus usually occurs in the region at the metaphyseal and supracondylar level of radial columns due to varus stresses.
Isolated congenital pseudoarthrosis of the fibula: a comparison of fibular osteosynthesis with distal tibiofibular synostosis.
Cricoarytenoid dislocations and subluxations are managed with operative reduction to create a pseudoarthrosis, with or without adjunctive medialization procedures such as vocal fold injections and/or thyroplasty.
The major advantages of non-fusion devices over fusion devices are spinal flexibility, elimination of pseudoarthrosis, reduction of adjacent level degeneration.
Task 1 pin revision to revision cemented endoprotezo art hip Task 2 Screws Herbert to stabilize fractures and pseudoarthrosis of the scaphoid Task 3 rods intramedullary stabilization of fractures of the femur, tibia, and humerus Task 4 screws for fixation of fractures odontoid Task 5 plates hook to stabilize shoulder end of the clavicle task 6 implants for sewing arthroscopic meniscal tears and arthroscopic reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament task 7 implants for stabilization of pelvic fractures task 8 sterile needle eye sewing meniscal tears task 9 boards zmiennokatne for fixation of bone